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Lakeshore Snowfall - Paper Piecing Pattern by Judy Niemeyer

Lakeshore Snowfall - Paper Piecing Pattern by Judy Niemeyer
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Finished Size - 62" Octagon

This starry quilt is quite versatile. Sew it in winter or Christmas colors for a snowflake effect, or choose patriotic reds, whites and blues to make a firework. Use as a table topper, tree skirt or wall hanging to decorate for the holiday. Judy Niemeyer's precise foundation paper piecing will give you perfect points every time! Material requirements include: 2-3/4 yds outer background; 1-1/2 yds inner background; 1-1/8 yds fan backgrounds; 5/8 yd fan spikes; 5/8 yd dk blue spikes; 1/2 yd green points; 3/8 yd md blue spikes & points; 1/4 yd gold points; 1/8 yd each navy blue, lt blue & black points; 4 yds bakcing; 3/4 yd binding. 'Lakeshore Snowfall' quilt pattern by Judy Niemeyer Quilting. Finished size is a 62" octagon.

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